Faculty of Business and Economics

Grant earns Ontario Historical Society award

The UWinnipeg community congratulates economics professor Dr. Hugh Grant on being awarded the Ontario Historical Society’s 2015 Donald Grant Creighton Award for W.A. Mackintosh: The Life of a Canadian Economist (2015, MQUP Press).  The Creighton Award recognizes the best book of biography or autobiography highlighting life in Ontario, past or present, published in the past three years.

2016 Leadership Symposium tackles change management

Join 125 leaders from across Manitoba for an interactive and thought-provoking day on the topic of “Adapting to the Changing Nature of Business,” and hear the latest research on Leadership and Change Management from the Conference Board of Canada, with a keynote address by Donna Burnett-Vachon, Associate Director. Take in the featured lunchtime fireside chat …Read more >

The economics of education in Nunavut

One of the challenges in northern communities is keeping youth in school. UWinnipeg economists, Dr. Melanie O’Gorman and Dr. Manish Pandey, headed north to identify the factors in the hopes to mitigate the situation.

Deliberate debating at UWinnipeg

UWinnipeg’s Ethics Bowl team has returned from the annual Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl (IEB) in Golden, Colorado.

Bringing a co-op to life

UWinnipeg business students to learn from teenage entrepreneurs   WINNIPEG, MB –In a bit of a twist, twelve entrepreneurial high school students are coming to The University of Winnipeg on Friday, November 20, 2015 to teach business students how to develop a co-operative.  Thanks to Manitoba Cooperative Association’s technical assistance, the Children of the Earth …Read more >

Spotlight on Business

The Faculty of Business and Economics at The University of Winnipeg integrates teaching, research and practice, in a curriculum that encourages students to take a multi-disciplinary approach to learning. Our graduates understand the big picture and how business impacts every area of the world and life.  We have created an environment where smaller classes allow students …Read more >

Single mom earns $25,000 Buhler Bursary

  WINNIPEG, MB – Ashley Demery is following her dream to one day work in the world of business and finance and provide her six-year-old son with a better life. The 21-year-old single mom graduated from the Winnipeg Adult Education Centre and is now taking classes in Business and Economics at The University of Winnipeg, …Read more >

W. John A Bulman Scholarship awarded to student excelling in every sphere

Jason Ying Yang says receiving the W. John Bulman Scholarship reinforces just how worthwhile all his efforts as a student are. A well-rounded and highly-motivated marketing major in his third year at UWinnipeg’s Faculty of Business and Economics, Yang is a leader who is heavily involved with student groups and community service. He has also …Read more >

In.Business Launches in Winnipeg

 UWinnipeg partners with national network to promote business to Indigenous youth Sixty First Nations, Metis, and Inuit youth will start their business careers this Friday as a result of Cape Breton University kicking off the Central Region program of In.Business – A Business Network for Indigenous Youth, at a two-day conference in partnership with the …Read more >

Biz students create engaging Investment Group

Photo: Investment Group student executives: L to R –  Abraham El Giadda, Jordan Sobey, Stuart Fletcher-Cook and instructor Dennis Ng WINNIPEG, MB – It started with one student and an idea, and is now attracting 30 to 50 students who gather to debate real-world business stories and learn from business leaders in the community.  Stuart …Read more >